Although his registered name is Casadero Sin Par he rarely is called that.
His First Show Debut was July 2001. The Results from 3 Shows: (14) 1sts, (7) 2nds, and 3rd National Champion Trail Horse, as well as 6th National Champion Versatility. He was not shown again until 2012 when he became the Grand National Obstacle Champion!
- Great Lakes High Point Horse – Western Pleasure Trail
- Great Lakes Overall High Point – Specialty Horse
- America’s Favorite Trail Horse: Professional Division
- 2x Grand National Champion: Obstacles
- Grand National Reserve Champion: Natural Trail Horse (at age 20!)
- He has also won Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Races.